Four of the best international genre films at TIFF 2021

Even outside of its famed Midnight Madness selection, the festival is known for introducing audiences to films outside of their comfort zones. Published 6 Oct 2021 Share this While the story does end up meandering in its second part, its final act provides the dark culmination you’ll be waiting for. Upon discovering that the land harbors dark secrets, they enlist the help of a mysterious Deaf woman (Evelyne Ily Juhen) to figure out how to leave their new personal Hell. Thanks to the compositions by Ramin Kousha and wonderful camerawork…

Peter Dinklage and a few musical numbers liven up a classic in the Cyrano trailer

But the most noticeable liberty taken has to be the musical numbers, in keeping with the same genre mashup Wright previously explored with the widely panned Pan. For Wright, this represents a return to his wheelhouse, much closer to the gussied-up theatrics of his Anna Karenina than the underdone psychothriller suspense of his more recent The Woman in the Window. Share this Words Charles Bramesco @intothecrevasse Share this Share this Though it only dates back to 1897, the story of Cyrano de Bergerac already feels like a tale as old…